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post #91 of 271
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Progress! Well kind of, the full wall is now in place and we spent the rest of the day readjusting the stage and riser.....

Thinking about how to reduce the light bleed through the top two (now obscured) windows, I could fill them with the same dual layer polystyrene and foam sheets I used for the lower windows but it does seem overkill, has anyone got experience with the silvered/mirrored film you can apply to windows, that might cut out most of the light with much less effort, what do you think?
post #92 of 271
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Had a gap before the wall work goes forward so decided to look at my media storage again.
This is my intended unraid chassis:
+ve:
Will hold 18 disks, 30-50TB depending on the HDDs.
-ve:
Sounds like a leaf blower, makes the Apple RAID box sound quiet!

So it sees the USB drive but won't boot from it.......
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post #93 of 271
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So it sees the USB drive but won't boot from it.......

It's ALIVE!
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post #94 of 271
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So it sees the USB drive but won't boot from it.......

Reinstalled UNRAID
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post #95 of 271
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Stage and riser finished.
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post #96 of 271
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Bar & riser complete except for final bar surface edge trim, why does finishing & trim take so long....
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post #97 of 271
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New screen measurements:
Combined -> 70x132 1:1.89

25" up from stage/riser
33.5" up from floor
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post #98 of 271
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Well that took all afternoon and as an added benefit it made me realize that only one set of subs was working, that's the last time I bother with phono plugs!
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post #99 of 271
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Bar finished
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post #100 of 271
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Daddy why is the home theater taking so long?
Because this one tiny cloth panel took over an hour to make!
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post #101 of 271
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Further pillar progress.
Just remember, measure twice, cut once, then throw the first one away and start again....
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post #102 of 271
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Final result of the end bar pillar.
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post #103 of 271
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Filled in the last two screen wall windows, trying to decide if in going to replace the temporary screen with another fabric one or just mock up the black panels around it and live with the results until I get the real screen.
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post #104 of 271
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Updated HT to do:

1) UPS/30A circuits
2) Fabric panels on curtain wall
3) Fabric panels on screen wall
4) Fabric panels on side walls
5) Last set of speakers
6) Far wall matching stub wall panels
7) Bar lighting
8.) Stage lighting
9) Insteon setup
10) Install screen
11) Ethernet bridge to router
12) Bass trap(s)
13) Bar stools
14) Screen wall curtains.
15) Entrance curtains.
16) Theater seating
post #105 of 271
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Two more done, one left to finish the curtain wall, now if I could only work out how to get rid of the wrinkles.
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post #106 of 271
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Front panels retentioned.
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post #107 of 271
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Fixing screen reflections.
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post #108 of 271
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This is why you overbuild the screen wall!
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post #109 of 271
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This is why you overbuild the screen wall!

Oh, it doubles as a cage for children. That's brilliant!
I'd suggest putting the bars closer together though. Not sure, but I think they still might escape
post #110 of 271
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Oh, it doubles as a cage for children. That's brilliant!
I'd suggest putting the bars closer together though. Not sure, but I think they still might escape

Great idea!
post #111 of 271
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New temporary screen:
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post #112 of 271
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Marked out new screen, might have moved it too far to the right though:
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post #113 of 271
So, I'm wondering what you are doing with your subwoofer line-level signal.

Was there a specific reason you are using speaker (guessing 14g) wire to carry your line-level signal? This approach undoes all of the benefits of using a coaxial interconnect for no other gain that I can conceive of.

Since I can see that you placed your order through Monoprice was there a reason that you chose not to get one of their subwoofer interconnects?
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post #114 of 271
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Because the subwoofer signals aren't line level, the subwoofer amp is made by Episode and is just above the main A/V amp in Rack #1 (it's probably clearer in this shot):
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post #115 of 271
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So, I'm wondering what you are doing with your subwoofer line-level signal.

Was there a specific reason you are using speaker (guessing 14g) wire to carry your line-level signal? This approach undoes all of the benefits of using a coaxial interconnect for no other gain that I can conceive of.

Since I can see that you placed your order through Monoprice was there a reason that you chose not to get one of their subwoofer interconnects?

See post #40 for further details
post #116 of 271
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Closer......
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post #117 of 271
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Curtain wall finished!
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post #118 of 271
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First attempt at temporary screen wall fabric treatment.
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post #119 of 271
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Second attempt:
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post #120 of 271
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Somehow this list doesn't seem to be getting any shorter so I've tried to prioritize the tasks:

1) UPS/30A circuits
2) Theater seating for riser
3) Bar stools
4) Bean bags front row
5) Last set of speakers
6) Insteon setup
7) Bar lighting
8.) Stage lighting
9) Screen wall permanent fabric panels
10) Install final screen
11) Fabric panels on side walls
12) Far wall matching stub wall panels
13) Screen wall curtains
14) Entrance curtains
15) Acoustic treatments
16) Bass trap(s)
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